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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for some sort of calendar application that can be embedded into my website. I need it to allow people viewing the site to be able to log in and add information to the calendar. I'm willing to use google calendar, but am not sure if it is possible for users of my website to make changes to the calendar without having a google account of their own.

Thanks!
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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for some sort of calendar application that can be embedded into my website. I need it to allow people viewing the site to be able to log in and add information to the calendar. I'm willing to use google calendar, but am not sure if it is possible for users of my website to make changes to the calendar without having a google account of their own.

Thanks!


Consider using Google Calender. You can view their developer pages here.

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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for some sort of calendar application that can be embedded into my website. I need it to allow people viewing the site to be able to log in and add information to the calendar. I'm willing to use google calendar, but am not sure if it is possible for users of my website to make changes to the calendar without having a google account of their own.

Thanks!

Google Calendar is really good and simple to use.
If you want full control you could use something like Web Calendar
It's probably overkill thou
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I use FullCalendar - it is a fantastic jQuery calcendar and easy to implement with your database however you want to.
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Hi everyone,


I'm looking for some sort of calendar application that can be embedded into my website. I need it to allow people viewing the site to be able to log in and add information to the calendar. I'm willing to use google calendar, but am not sure if it is possible for users of my website to make changes to the calendar without having a google account of their own.


Thanks!


Consider using Google Calender. You can view their developer pages here.

And what's great about Google Calendar is that if you just want something quick and easy they give you code which all you need to do is copy and paste on your page. However they also provide a great API so you have complete access to the data and can style it any way you like.
    
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I would also recommend google calendar for sure. The other options are not as clean and easy to implement or use.
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